Schedule Risk Analysis

  • 2 days
  • Capelle a/d IJssel
  • Classical

More and more clients want their projects to be properly analyzed, regarding the risks associated to them. In this module, you will learn all aspects of a schedule risk analysis, with practical examples and cases, using Primavera Risk Analysis (PRA). In addition to importing and checking a schedule, you add uncertainties and risks to the planning. You learn how to interpret the outcomes of the risk analysis and to present them in a correct way and to communicate them to a project team by, among other things, using distribution graphs and tornado graphs and scatter plots. Some other topics are the calculation of buffers, scenario analyzes and weather calendars. This module fits in closely with the PPI (Project Planning Infrastructure) method of Rijkswaterstaat.

This module is part of the specialization Risk of the Project Controls Programme.

Subjects

  • Import schedule and perform schedule check by using Schedule Best Practices
  • Add uncertainties
  • Drafting and/or importing of a risk register
  • Execution and options of the risk analysis
  • Reporting with distribution, tornado and scatter plot graphs
  • Probabilistic cash flows, modeling of weather delay
  • Pre- and post-mitigation schedules and other reporting options of PRA

Software version

In this module, we work with Primavera Risk Analysis 8.7. The software will be made available during this module.

Preliminary training

For this module it’s recommended that you have experience with Oracle Primavera P6 or Microsoft Project (Tooling). This module is a follow up to Project Risk Management

Certificate

After completing this module you will receive a Primaned Academy certificate.

Pricing

€ 990,- ex. V.A.T. / including training materials, drinks and lunch.

Course dates

  • 26-11-2019 until 27-11-2019 - Capelle a/d IJssel
  • Learned a lot. Also concerning 'general planning philosophy and planning good practices.

    Robin, Van Oord

  • Very instructive. It is well discussed what p80 is, what deterministic planning is and what is possible with the calculation of different risks.

    Rebecca, Project Planner, Royal Van Lent Shipyard

  • Educational, certainly in combination with Primavera helps to make the right choice in the future.

    Gilian Project Coordinator, NS

Teachers of this course

  • Michel Molenaar

  • drs. Euan Samuels Brusse

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